Pamela Ackerson

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"Stories that stir within us the unquenchable hope for a better tomorrow."

Historical and Contemporary Romance

History, Suspense, Romance, and the Supernatural

Welcome to my humble home on the web.

If you like historical fiction, time-travel, suspense, a twist of the paranormal, Native American stories, Wounded Knee, the Little Big Horn battle and contemporary romance, you have come to the right place. My non-fiction book on herbal remedies is also available. Thank you for visiting my author page. I am very happy that you took time out of your precious day. You could have gone anywhere and you came here. Take your time and enjoy! 

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 My latest interview: Thank you Heidi!

*****I Was Just a Radioman has been nominated for a Readers Choice Award!!*****

When I was younger, people would ask...who's your hero? My answer was always my father. They'd say things like, no no, like an actor or actress? Someone famous?
And my answer would be -- Yes, my father.
 
If I can be half the man my father was, I will be doing just fine.
 
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He has always been my hero. And not just because he was my father, but because, he was a hero. A highly decorated war veteran, Pearl Harbor survivor, radioman, Black Cat....after the war, a fire fighter, and then onward to work for Raytheon, working with military contracts, etc.
 
Who could top that? No one. He's my hero and always will be.
 
Now, please understand, I have made every attempt to keep these memoirs as accurate, true to history, and non-emotional (on my part) as possible. Neither the fiction story, Dear Margaret, nor the memoirs have been padded or exaggerated in any way. The events and historical details have been taken, practically word for word from my father's memoirs and personal collections.
 
I made a promise to him that I would not let anyone forget what happened in the Pacific Theatre. This is my way of keeping that promise.
I Was Just a Radioman is a compilation of his memoirs and memorabilia.  It's available for purchase at your favorite bookstore.
 
 
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*****Now Available in Audio!*****
 
Get the audiobook FREE  I Was Just a Radioman  FREE when you sign up for a 30-day free trial with Audible.com!
 
Jesse Dornan is the narrator. You can find Jesse on Facebook and on ACX.com if you're interested in creating an audiobook or needing a voice-over actor. You can also find him on Voices.com.
 
 
Wondering why/how I came up with the title?
It's a quote.
We were watching television and an ad for the movie Code-Talkers came on. I think that's when it hit me. My mouth dropped - I looked at him and said. "You were a code-talker."
He shook his head, laughed, and said. "That's Hollywood talk. We were just radiomen. I was just a radioman. That's all. Just a radioman."
So, of course, being who I am I asked. "Do you remember the codes?"
He nodded. "Yah."
"Wow! Can you tell me some?"
"No."
 
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For those of you who find reading non-fiction monotonous...
 
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Dear Margaret, is a fictional story based on Henry P. Lawrence's memoirs. 
 

Two young teens, in a world that had gone bonkers, try to keep each other grounded by writing letters to each other during WWII. Although what happened in their lives was vastly different from each other, they found a common ground, a way to keep each other sane.

From mundane daily chores to life threatening events, these letters from two pen pals take the reader on a journey into the past, a past where nightmares came true, and when hatred reigned.

A time in history that we should never, ever forget.

For more information about Dear Margaret, (and Pictures coming soon)

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Simple Herbal Remedies~~I have some you may order through this website!

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Across the Wilderness, Into the Wilderness, and Warriors of the Wilderness are Amazon top 10 bestsellers! And I Was Just a Radioman hit #2!

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Interviews!!!

How does a Radio Interview sound to you? Book Lights with Debra Parmley on Blog Talk Radio

Would rather just read it? Written Interview Book Lights with Debra Parmley

Radio Interview -- Anything Goes with Bennet Pomerantz on Blog Talk Radio

Pam Ackerson Interview with Ropin' Romance 
 

 

Slowly but Surely...

In the Works:

Audios!!

The Gingerbread House -- a contemporary/mystery/romance which has become a time travel -- go figure... lol. May be ready by April 2017? 

The Horse with the Silver Shoes -- Preschool/kindergarten 

The Long and Little Doggie -- Great news. The Long and Little Doggie Series will be available in Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and French! How awesome is that! Spanish and French are almost done. What an endeavor this has been! --Yes, I know. It's taken longer than I thought. But, I'm plugging away at it!

 

~~Pambling Roads~~

Meeting the Americans and people from all over the world has been one of their greatest experiences. Pam and her husband Ray are traveling around the United States, Canada, and possibly Mexico. 

Pambling Roads ~~ New Mexico to Arizona

We arrived in the late morning to a wonderful surprise. There were holding a mineral and gem show. We walked around a bit, checking out the vendors before we went back to the desk to purchase entrance into the zoo and gardens ... Continue

 

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I make every attempt to friend/follow back on twitter and facebook! Sometimes I miss the follows, email me and let me know if I haven't followed you in return. Gentlemen, please understand, I don't write romances. I am not interested in starting one. I am quite happy with my husband. 

pam@pamelaackerson.com

 




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